So I figure after all these years, it's finally time to get with the present and stop using tables for page layouts.
So I'm using divs on a wordpress theme I'm working on, but I'm having some trouble.
In this case, in each "post block" on the main page I simply want the title, author, etc in a top left-aligned block, with an image (a rating system I made) aligned to the right next to it, and finally the post excerpt underneath.
Simply put, want it to look like this...
However, my actual code comes out like this (the rating:0 part is the block with the right aligned image)...
Here is my code (it's php, but here is what the page processes it as)...
<div class="post" id="post-50">
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<br /><span class="negative-rating">Rating: -3</span> </p>
<div class="rating-zero"><span class="negative-rating">Rating: -3</span></div> </div>
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I've tried playing around with width, min-width, max-width, etc but still no luck.
It just looks like you need to clear the floats.
It's hard to tell with the limited styling provided though as to what the rest should look like
Remember that floats need to come first before the content that you want to wrap so you can't put float:right at the end of a line and expect it to be level with the text before it. The float must come first (as far as IE7 and under is concerned).
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